McDonald’s Guatemala ed Enel Green Power, la sostenibilità ha più gusto
McDonald’s Guatemala and Enel Green Power: sustainability tastes better
McDonald’s Guatemala has turned to Enel Green Power and its hydroelectric power plants to provide 100% renewable energy to its chain of restaurants in Guatemala. The agreement will avoid the emission of 16,420 metric tons of CO2 each year.
A solid commitment to sustainability in the company’s restaurants in Guatemala
McDonald’s is a company that is committed to the environment: its restaurants apply energy efficiency, water stewardship and recycling programs. Furthermore, 100% of their paper packaging is FSC certified, meaning that the raw materials come from renewable sources, protecting flora and fauna.
As part of the company’s global environmental policy, McDonald’s Guatemala, through the specially created trading entity Cova Energy, has signed a two-year agreement with Enel Green Power Guatemala (EGPG) for the supply of 17.52 GWh per year of sustainable energy, originating from various hydroelectric plants present in the Central American country.
Energy 17.52 GWh of renewable energy a year
Trees 421k The equivalent number of trees planted
Emissions >16K Metric tons of CO2 avoided annually
French Fries 32k
French Fries 32k Average monthly production/Restaurant. Consumption per unit: 0.23 kWh.